NEWSLETTER


MY TURN – WAITING TO BE MURDERED IN SOUTH AFRICA

Dedicated to all the murdered in South Africa; for the numbers that are and the numbers that will be. For those who’s turn came and for the rest of us, waiting for our turn –

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA BY SHARING THIS TO HELP
BRING AWARENESS TO THE TRUE GENOCIDAL STATE OF OUR COUNTRY

UNITED WE SHALL STAND

Dear Friends,

You deserve what you have forgotten you once had.

This week brings an end to my first three months in America as I take onthe last stretch of my stay here. It has been a busy, wonderful, exciting and amazing experience; one I know I will never forget.

But, being here in America has opened my eyes to the true horrors in South Africa. I think that we’ve lived in fear and supression for so long that we have gradually become numb to the daily chaos we face.

Farm and urban attacks and murders is something we hardly sit up and take notice of anymore. Hijackings, burning down of schools, universities, hospitals, municipalities and violent attacks during such protests have turned out to be daily, normal occurences. Some of us, won’t acknowledge the true horrors taking place in our country, and some of us, don’t want to know.

“It’ll pass …” 

I hear friends say. How many must die before “it” passes?

Being here has opened my eyes to the fact that none of this is normal! None of us should live like this! We have been slowly weakened and crippled by all the anti-white job laws, double standards, hate speech, so-called “struggle” songs which incite attacks, threats by EFF and BFLF, but more importantly, our president’s failure to take action. We have accepted that we don’t fit in and that we no longer have a country who wants us. We don’t sleep at night. We dare not venture outdoors day or night and we unnervingly WAIT FOR OUR TURN TO COME.

This is not normal. Nothing about this is right.

But, what can we do? We are outnumbered.

We can be loud. We can speak clearly. We don’t give up until SOMEONE out there listens!

Share this; share the videos and share a story that is ALL OF OUR STORIES!

You deserve to sleep at night, just like I am now. You deserve to walk down a street without peering over your shoulder, just like I am now. You deserve to drive on the highways and roads of South Africa. You deserve a chance to support your family; clothe them, feed them andyou are entitled to offer them a safe place to sleep at night.

YOU deserve a safe place. 
YOU deserve a chance.
YOU deserve life.


Much love,
Alice VL